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Caribbean calling...

The Caribbean is made up of a string of islands spanning the Caribbean Sea from the tip of Florida to the northern coast of South America. Awaiting you are white-sand beaches, azure blue seas, rum cocktails and blissful sunshine. Quite simply, a tropical paradise. A holiday in the Caribbean can also be cheaper than you might think. We've put together a selection of holidays, all 4* and 5* resorts, from multiple tour operators covering destinations from CancunBarbados and Cuba to St Lucia, Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago, and everything in between

Most of these holidays have extra Covid protection in the form of free-amendments or money-back guarantees, for added peace of mind.

Current Caribbean deals

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Mexico: deluxe all-inc week w/flights
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Mexico: deluxe all-inc week w/flights, save 35%
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Cancun: luxury 10-night all-inc getaway w/flts
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Barbados: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Aruba: luxury 5-star all-inc week w/flts, save 26%
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St Lucia: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Jamaica: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Antigua: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Grenada: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Bahamas: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Barbados: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Jamaica: luxury all-inc week w/flights
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Books

Our hand-picked selection of books to get you in the mood to travel

An Embarrassment of Mangoes: A Caribbean Interlude

Ann Vanderhoof

Ann and her husband quit their jobs to fulfil their dreams of sailing the Caribbean. "One of the most enjoyable travelogues in modern literature", this follows their incredible journey across 16 countries and 47 different islands. Travelscoop's Stuart loved this and said at times it felt like he was there!

The Confessions of Frannie Langton

Sara Collins

Follows the case of a servant and former slave accused of murdering her employer in 1926 London. Frannie has a story to share: of her childhood on a Jamaican plantation, her apprenticeship under a debauched scientist, and the events that brought her into her employers' London home. Historical novel meets murder mystery - a powerful debut from 2019.

Pirate Latitudes

Michael Crichton

Set in the 17th century, this novel by the Jurassic Park author invites readers on a fearless, treasure-hunting, swashbuckling, bootlegging piracy adventure in the Caribbean seas. Wonderful escapism.

When We Left Cuba

Chanel Cleeton

Beatriz Perez is a Cuban exile tasked by the CIA to infiltrate Fidel Castro’s inner circle. Beatriz quickly becomes embroiled in the political tug of war between the two nations and faces a tough decision with everything at stake. A page-turner which brings 1960s Cuba and Florida alive in all its glorious colour.

A Caribbean Mystery

Agatha Christie

Miss Marple sets sail for paradise in a glittering Caribbean resort, but she’s informed by a mystery writer that one of their fellow guests may be a killer. Perfect for those who love their detective novels both classic and sun-soaked

Kidnap in the Caribbean

Lauren St John

Laura becomes the lucky recipient of a trip to the Caribbean with her uncle who then disappears. Adventure, excitement and a race against time - perfect for 9-12 year olds. Part of the Laura Marlin Mysteries.

Blog posts

From the UK's most popular travel bloggers

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15th July 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

A full travel guide to Dominica – The nature island of the Caribbean

Dominica, ‘The Nature Island of the Caribbean’, an island with 365 Rivers, 9 Volcanos, 70,000 people and an airport with the smallest runway. Dominica is wild, it feels untouched, undiscovered. It’s not a Caribbean Island you visit to relax on a beach or in your resort. Oh no, Dominica is the island you visit for adventure, for nature, and some very friendly locals! It’s a must visit Caribbean island! I was lucky enough to spend 6 days in Dominica with the Discover Dominica Tourism...

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18th February 2020 by While I'm Young

What to pack for a Caribbean cruise

What you need to pack for a Caribbean cruise depends, of course, on how long the cruise you’ve booked is. Mine was one week long so this Caribbean cruise packing guide is created with a seven night cruise in mind, but if your trip is shorter or longer you can easily adapt the cruise packing checklist to suit you....

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8th December 2021 by Two Monkey's Travel

Caribbean Food – 10 Caribbean dishes & drinks that you should try

The Caribbean Bay is famous for its natural beauty. This location has an area of ​​around one million square miles which consists of more than 7,000 islands. These islands are divided into 13 independent countries, and 12 are under the system of the US, and some of the European countries such as Britain, Dutch, and France....

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18th July 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

10 unique things to do on the island of Dominica

The Caribbean Island of Dominica is a pretty unique place to visit, this is not the type of island you visit if you want to sit on a beach or lie by a pool all day. Dominica is full of adventure, its full of nature, and the activities in Dominica reflect this. With that being said, Dominica is a very popular stop on Caribbean Cruises. Cruise Boats dock for a day in Dominica from October to April and there can be 2-3 cruise ships at a time. Dominica has a mountainous landscape, it’s roads are...

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19th July 2019 by The Wandering Quinn

6 Dominica day tours for cruise ship tourists to avoid the crowds

Dominica is a popular stop on cruises around the Caribbean. Due to Dominica’s mountainous landscape (it isn’t called the nature island of the Caribbean for nothing) it can be hard to get around the island in one day and some roads are not practical for big buses. Therefore, there are several cruise ship day excursions in Dominica that are popular and most cruise ship tourists go on. These include Trafalgar Falls, Titou Gorge, Champagne Reef and the Emerald Pool. These are good day tours in...

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4th December 2019 by PommieTravels

Is the Dominican Republic the BEST Caribbean Country?

So it’s time to book that flight to the DR. Getting ready to visit one of the most visited countries in Latin America. You’re already picturing yourself in on the resort, walking on fine white sand beaches, relaxing the day away.  But… You keep wondering if somewhere would be better. Mexico? Cuba? Puerto Rico? So you decide to do a little digging and see if the Dominican Republic is the best spot to visit in the Caribbean. ...

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5th December 2019 by While I'm Young

River tubing and partying in Jamaica

During my press trip with Royal Caribbean, our second port of the seven night Western Caribbean cruise was Falmouth in Jamaica. The shore excursion we did there was probably my favourite of the entire trip and it was a day I’ll remember forever. Our day in Jamaica involved cruising down a river in a rubber tube, followed by a party on the beach. It was so perfect, and after the previous day in Labadee, Haiti, I was basically on cloud nine....